Fighting for animal liberation and an end to speciesism
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Personally, I don’t think this is how God intended for people to relate to animals (an understatement). This is obnoxious.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7HRoZmKbqY&feature=digest_wed
On Human-Nonhuman Relations Podcast 17: Talking About Hunting with Bernie Wright and Jordan Wyatt.
In this podcast, I address the issue of whether animal rights advocates should involve themselves in animal welfare reform, anti-speciesists sentiments about a footballer and horses forced to race, and…Continue
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Posted by Negotiation Is Over on March 27, 2012
by the Barbi Twins
Warden forbids guards saving kittens after mom was trapped and killed.
Warden says it’s “none of your concern.”
“We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done.”
– Henry Wadsworth Longfellow…
At the age of seven, he started to research fish. Having his own aquarium, he wanted to see that his little friends were well taken care of. As time wore on, he became well versed in…Continue
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We'll do the Animal Rights, They'll do the Welfare.
As a follow-up to a previous blog entry about this subject, the "business journal for meat and poultry processors," MeatPoultry.com reports that the US junk food producer Wendy's have improved its "animal welfare standards" and, thus, gained the praise of PeTA prize-winner and slaughterhouse designer Temple Grandin.
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For the classical dancers among us, these vegan ballet slippers are just the thing!
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Thousands of servicemen died in April of 1942 — during World War II — while being forced to walk for days in the Philippines. In honor of these fallen heroes, thousands will be marching a similar route through a desert in New Mexico and Sea Shepherd’s Matthew Smith will be…Continue
This is a poem form the "institute for critical animal studies" journal, i found it particularly moving. this to my mind is the best example, i have come across, of the coming together two potentially very moving things. the kind of writing that is poetry and the oppression subjugation and harm that many non-human animals live every day. for me this poem does not just talk about the disconnect between people that…Continue
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For interest. This article published in a magazine in Australia was discussed today on the ABC news channel.
There are some insightful and interesting observations made here that relate to some of the discussions that have been going on in this forum recently.
Added by Kerry Baker on March 13, 2012 at 20:51 — No Comments
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) has some interesting information speaking up against use of animals in research and preferring vegan to vegetarian diets in their FAQ's.
See online at: http://www.pcrm.org/search/?cid=261
It is great to see members of this profession standing up for animals. In the meantime, vegans in Australia calling on the government to start renaming food…Continue
Eric Schwitzgebel, Professor of Philosophy at University of California at Riverside, writes a blog called The Splintered Mind. His latest post is about how people do moral reasoning and how that reasoning is affected by seemingly irrelevant things. His findings, even among professional Philosophers, may suprise you....
People's responses to…
Dale Carrico, Ph.D. Lecturer, Department of Rhetoric, at the University of California, Berkeley writes at the blog amor mundi. Today's entry talks about "ag-gag" legislation as it relates to Carol Adams conception of the absent referent as well as how the animal-industrial complex devalues and damages human animals along with the non-human…Continue
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